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New York Times, Sunday, April 21, 1996

Author: M. Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Gaffney
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Clog (up) : GUM
4. Venue for political coverage : CSPAN
9. Sharp : ACERB
14. Range : GAMUT
19. It has a head and hops : ALE
20. Kind of cuisine : HAUTE
21. Like some caps : POLAR
22. Shiraz native : IRANI
23. TV show on delayed broadcast? : SUNDAYNIGHTLIVE
26. Lloyd George contemporary : LENIN
27. Beef cuts : LOINS
28. Absolute Truth : TAO
29. Worn : USED
30. One of the Pointer Sisters : ANITA
31. Kind of deck : TAROT
32. Surrender specifics : TERMS
34. Kissers' interference : BRACES
35. Somewhat : ATAD
36. Part of a pound : CAGE
39. Actress Merkel : UNA
40. Like a good cake : MOIST
41. Run through : REHEARSE
43. "Sesame Street" setting : PBS
44. Bills coach Levy : MARV
45. State name preceder : USS
48. Dolt : ASS
49. "The Waltons" character : JOHNBOY
51. ___siecle : FINDE
52. One in a wool coat : EWE
53. "Billy Bathgate" author : DOCTOROW
54. One of three Indy winners : UNSER
55. "What did I tell you?" : SEE
56. Out of control : AMOK
58. First name in autocrats : HAILE
59. Parent : REAR
60. German-Polish border river : ODER
61. Steady high : PLATEAU
63. It's south of Eur. : MEDIT
65. Girls' shoes : TSTRAPS
67. Work : OPUS
68. Vienna transport : TRAM
70. India's first prime minister : NEHRU
72. Does field work : HAYS
73. Folks : KIN
74. "Who's there?" reply, informally : ITSME
75. 50's TV actress : EVEARDEN
77. Expiration : END
78. Raiders leader : NADER
79. Feudal state : SERFDOM
80. Had been : WAS
83. Van Owen player on "L.A. Law" : DEY
84. Look over : SCAN
85. New York City highway, with "the" : FDR
86. Melodramatic parting : FAREWELL
88. Chance : FLUKY
90. Word with water or wall : SEA
91. Slangy greeting : HIYA
92. Tennis's Nastase : ILIE
93. Does "Jingle Bells" : CAROLS
95. It precedes "Remember" and "Forget" in song titles : TRYTO
97. Wasted time : IDLED
98. Mohawk Valley city : UTICA
99. City sacked by Tamerlane, 1395 : AZOV
101. Scurrier : ANT
103. Untrained : GREEN
104. Assassination victim of 1981 : SADAT
105. Rain date for a big sports event? : SUPERBOWLMONDAY
109. Academy founder : PLATO
110. Draw___in the sand : ALINE
111. Aloft : RISEN
112. ___-Aztecan (language group) : UTO
113. Less straight-forward : SLYER
114. Kind of knife : PUTTY
115. Shocks : STUNS
116. Intl. writers' org. : PEN
1. Anesthetic : GAS
2. Loudly laments : ULULATES
3. Places for December lights : MENORAHS
4. Stadium sound : CHANT
5. "___who?" : SAYS
6. Subject of a Swift essay : PUN
7. Working tirelessly : ATIT
8. Undo : NEGATE
9. To the point : APT
10. Newspaper reportage : COLUMNS
11. Dido of Carthage : ELISSA
12. Speak deliriously : RAVE
13. Raised : BRED
14. It joins the Colorado near Yuma : GILARIVER
15. Stadiums : ARENAS
16. 1985 pop hit released behind schedule? : MANICTUESDAY
17. Link : UNITE
18. Brown and Turner : TINAS
24. Semiconductor device : DIODE
25. Clod buster : HOE
31. Mitchell place : TARA
33. Mick Jagger's late girlfriend? : RUBYWEDNESDAY
34. Treaty subjects : BORDERS
36. Gator cousin : CROC
37. Second day of Lent? : ASHTHURSDAY
38. Columbus's home : GENOA
40. Tardy employee? : MANSATURDAY
42. "What___!" : AJOKE
43. English port west of Bournemouth : POOLE
44. It gets the shaft : MINE
46. Publishers Clearinghouse contests : SWEEPS
47. Sibyls : SEERS
50. Cup filled to the top : BRIMMER
51. More advanced : FURTHER
53. Popular pencil and paper game : DOTS
56. Skiing event : ALPINE
57. Postponed religious event? : MAUNDYFRIDAY
60. French- and Arabic-speaking seaport : ORAN
61. Nudged : POKED
62. Goes after : ATTACKS
64. "If___see you..." : IEVER
66. Week of tomorrows, herein : THEME
69. "Agreed!" : AMEN
71. One-named children's singer : RAFFI
74. Porcelain, e.g. : INSULATOR
76. Celebrated Freud case : DORA
80. Formed, as tears : WELLEDUP
81. Drive away : ALIENATE
82. Racing vehicle : SLED
85. Impassioned : FERVENT
87. Ream : WIDEN
89. Pinpoint : LOCATE
90. "Quit bothering me!" : STOPIT
91. Phi Beta Kappa and such : HONORS
93. Architectural decorations : CUSPS
94. To any degree : ATALL
96. Picked-up item : TAB
97. Best Actor of 1990 : IRONS
99. P.D.Q. : ASAP
100. Inkatha Freedom Party supporter : ZULU
102. Ridicule : TWIT
103. Feds : GMEN
106. King of Spain : REY
107. Baton Rouge sch. : LSU
108. Over there : YON

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